Row your boat: Boating and water sports in Berlin
When the sun is shining, there's no better place to be than on the water. These are […]
Ick Mach Welle: Opening up electronic music for disabled artists
In 2018, Nico Deuster started a mentorship program for disabled people. Before long, this became "Ich Mach […]
Berlin art: What exhibitions are on now?
What's going on in the art world and which Berlin exhibitions should you check out this week?
Jared Leto spotted climbing the walls of the Hotel de Rome
Jared Leto is 51 years old and still hungry for attention! To that end, he tried climbing […]
What to do this weekend: Berlin’s best events
In Berlin and don't know what to do? Don't worry. These are our picks of the best […]
Defiant and daring: How Berlin’s galleries are doing it better
While Berlin's museums rotate the same well-known names, the city's galleries are exploding with ideas.
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What to eat at Thai Park: Berlin’s favourite weekend food fest
Planning a visit to Thai Park but don't know where to start? Here is our (non-exhaustive) list...
Fischer & Lustig: Seafood specialties in Mitte
Berlin may be landlocked, but that's not stopping Fischer & Lustig from serving great seafood.
Art in 2023: The most important Berlin exhibitions this year
What can we expect from Berlin art in 2023. We look over the most anticipated shows, exhibitions, […]
CMYK Dots: The street art making Berlin a little brighter
Armed with a ladder, glue and styrofoam, the artist behind CMYK Dots has been hard at work […]
Concerts of the week: Our tips for live music in Berlin
There are so many concerts in Berlin that it can be hard to keep them all straight. […]
The Exberliner playlist: Issue 223
Take a listen to the tracks that Exberliner had on repeat during the production of the latest […]
Pansy: Berlin’s queen of drag takes on the Theater des Westens
Ahead of her event series TingelTangel at Theater des Westens, drag icon Pansy talks visibility, community and […]
Ophelia’s Got Talent ★★★★★
Florentina Holzinger's role as in-house choreographer at the Volksbühne seems to have come with a blank cheque. […]
The Wartburg Experiment: Martin Luther reloaded
A new book called The moment does not state its name compiles the highlights of a new […]
The Panke: Paul Scraton on his love for one of Berlin’s lesser known waterways
Author Paul Scraton on the Panke, the narrow, shallow river that has become his constant companion.
Beauty, bloodshed, risk, refuge: Laura Poitras on her film about Nan Goldin
Laura Poitras' latest film All The Beauty And The Bloodshed is a portrait of an extraordinary woman: […]
Open-air cinemas in Berlin: Where to watch this summer
Warmer weather means open-air cinema season in Berlin! Here's your guide to the city's must-visit spots for […]
Karneval der Kulturen down the years
As Berlin's favourite festival makes its comeback, it's worth taking a look at the colourful history of […]
Roy Draws: Little graffiti unicorns, musing about life
You've probably spotted a few of Roy Draws' cheeky unicorns already. Now you can pick up the […]
What you need to know about Germany’s €49 ticket
With the Deutschlandticket, public transport all across Germany costs a flat rate of €49 per month.
Down with the Kotti-Wache! Or, why the solution is never more cops
The controversial police station has now opened at Kottbusser Tor leading our columnist to ask: whose side […]
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